The Raw Beauty of Human Transformation

By Julie Daley “…to see the real, the raw beauty of other people. Think about it. You spend these hours with these 40 people that you are now more intimate with them than lots of people in your [...]


Being With a Non-Grad Loved One

By Julie Daley I remember leaving White Sulphur Springs on that warm, sunny August day, beginning my return home after the Process. I felt alive. I felt joy. I felt a great new sense of [...]


Hoffman Graduate Groups: Why, What, How?

By Tami Tack Do you remember your last day at the Hoffman Process? Remember feeling in love with yourself and your life? Perhaps you were all fired up, enthusiastic and committed to using Hoffman [...]



By Shawn McAndrew Community – it is what connects us, keeps us present, and helps us to remember that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. Community is part of being a Hoffman [...]


Hoffman Graduate Leaders – Service to the Community

Hoffman graduate leaders are the front line for community after the Process. They are volunteers who help keep the Process alive for everyone who attends a graduate group. How does one become a [...]


Continue Your Work, Enrich the Planet

By Jobi Manson August 2017 is two years since I graduated from the Hoffman Process. When I think back to the events that led me to the program, and of the days leading up to orientation, I can [...]


Two Hours of Transformation

By Frank Topper I am a fan of the Hoffman grad groups, a fan of community, and a fan of spiritual practice… I can’t work on myself alone because my world is a Left Road Dark Side Fantasy Land: [...]


50 Years Later, Bob Hoffman’s Dream Lives On

Bob Hoffman, founder of the Hoffman Process, had an innate and highly gifted ability to listen to deeper truths and wisdoms. It became his mission to figure out how to have more love in the world [...]


Learning to Embrace Change

by Tara Ellison Driving up to White Sulphur Springs for a one-week emotional detox at the Hoffman Process, I wondered what I’d gotten myself into. A mix of excitement and white-hot dread was [...]


A Trip To The Stars

By Darlene Niemeyer After 25 years in the career of court reporting, I retired in 2015. I became a student at the Healing Arts Center (HAC) in St. Louis, Missouri and graduated in the fall of [...]

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